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Marine Energy Park ‘Preferred Location’ for STRABAG facility

Originally Published on the 9th December 2013

The drive to establish the Humber as a world-class centre for the renewable energy sector has been given a further boost with the news that STRABAG Offshore Wind GmbH as part of the leading European construction company STRABAG SE has... Continue Reading

Able’s rig expertise takes centre stage at conference

Originally Published on the 31st October 2013

Able UK’s position as a world leader in the decommissioning and recycling of offshore oil and gas platforms will take centre stage at an international conference being held in Amsterdam later this week. The Teesside-based company’s Group Development Director Neil... Continue Reading

Able Marine Energy Park among projects to pass first hurdle to secure government guarantee

Originally Published on the 22nd October 2013

THE Humber’s £450m Able Marine Energy Park is among a list of government projects lined up for an infrastructure guarantee. Energy, road and rail projects worth £33bn have passed the first hurdle in getting a government infrastructure guarantee chief secretary... Continue Reading

Government announces offshore wind projects to be part of guarantee scheme

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RENEWABLEUK PRESS RELEASE ON TREASURY ANNOUNCEMENT The Government has today announced that two major offshore renewable energy projects have been earmarked to receive a share of the £40 Billion government infrastructure guarantee scheme. Able Marine Energy Park, a port facility... Continue Reading

ABLE Welcomes ‘Positive Messages’ for Wind Energy Developments

Originally Published on the 7th October 2013

A Government announcement of a £100million scheme to boost Enterprise Zones has been welcomed today by Able UK—the company developing one of the country’s most important renewable energy projects on the south bank of the Humber. Today’s announcement by Communities... Continue Reading

ABLE Welcomes PM Comments on Energy Park Plans

Originally Published on the 12th September 2013

Able UK has today warmly welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron’s description of its plans for a multi-million Marine Energy Port on the South Bank of the Humber as a ‘very important investment’ and his promise to look at the issue... Continue Reading